The upcoming Lynk & Co 02 crossover has leaked online this week, giving us a first look at the third model in the young Chinese company's range.
Posted by Britain's Autocar, the 02 will slot below the larger 01 SUV, while sharing the CMA platform co-developed by parent companies Geely and Swedish marque Volvo.
The 02 is likely to have a lot in common with the Volvo XC40, which rides on the same architecture.
Drivers who spend more than $25 per week on tolls will get free registration in New South Wales, under a new State Government plan.
NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, says the move is designed to help drive down the cost of owning a car in New South Wales.
"The majority of eligible motorists will save $358 a year on registration costs, with potential savings of up to $715 a year," Berejiklian said today.
Toyota Australia has issued separate recall notices for the C-HR and Tarago, for faults with the electric parking brake and seatbelt anchorage bolt respectively.
According to the company, the process for installing the reversing camera on local Taragos involves the removal and re-installation of anchor bolts for the left-side seatbelts. If improperly re-tightened, the bolts may come loose during regular operation of the car, and the left seatbelts may not do their job properly in an accident.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG) has unveiled its unique take on a "volume" supercar, in the form of the stunning SCG 004S.
With a three-seat interior and six-speed manual gearbox, the fully-road legal (at least in America) SCG 004S stands out among the current crop of supercars.